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Overview over authentication- and signing methods

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OK button

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"OK button" can be used as a signature on all documents and this is a binding signing method. This signature form is more secure than an old-fashioned signature made with a pen on a piece of paper. This is because a stamp is electronically incorporated into the signed PDF, in ... Read Article

Approve

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"Approve" can be used as a signature on all documents and it is a legally binding signing method. This signature form is more secure than an old-fashioned signature made with a pen on a piece of paper. This is because stamp is electronically incorporated into the signed PDF, i... Read Article

Touch signature

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"Touch signature" can be used as a signature on all documents and it is a legally binding signing method. This signature form is more secure than an old-fashioned signature made with a pen on a piece of paper. This is because a stamp is electronically incorporated into the sig... Read Article

Danish NemID

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NemID is a nationally recognized security solution for a total of 5 million Danish companies, residents and authorities. It is used for login, online banking, public and private websites and for digital signatures. "Danish NemID" can be used as a signature on all documents and... Read Article

Danish MitID

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"Dansk MitID" is a Danish signature method that will be published in mid-2022 and which in the long run will replace Dansk NemID as a signing and identification method. MitID and NemID will overlap for a period, from the phasing out from mid-2022 to the beginning of 2023, wher... Read Article

Norwegian BankID

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BankID is Norway's leading electronic identification method and like BankID in Sweden, it was developed by some major banks. The Norwegian BankID was launched in 2004 and today they support a total of over 4 million Norwegians in connection with login, access to banking and in... Read Article

Swedish BankID

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BankID is Sweden's leading electronic identification method. BankID was developed by some major banks such as: Danske Bank, ICA Banken, Ikano Bank, Länsförsäkringar Bank, Nordea, SEB, Skandiabanken, Sparbanken Syd, Svenska Handelsbanken, Swedbank and Ålandsbanken in 2003. Toda... Read Article

Swedish SITHS

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"SITHS" is a Swedish smartcard-based eID solution for professional use. It is used by healthcare professionals and other employees in the Swedish healthcare sector, as well as other employees in the Swedish public sector. SITHS is approved as a Swedish eID (svensk e-legitimat... Read Article

Swedish Freja

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Swedish Freja is Sweden's only eID which is approved with the Swedish e-identification quality label, issued by the Swedish government. Freja is primarily used as an electronic ID in Sweden, where you can, among other things, show and share your identity with a QR code. In add... Read Article

Finnish Trust Network

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The Finnish Trust Network (FTN) has been set up by the Finnish authorities and is monitored by the Finnish Transport and Communications Agency, Traficom. The aim is to give Finnish citizens and companies access to the necessary opportunities to digitize their processes and com... Read Article

eHerkenning

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eHerkenning was initiated by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs. The aim is to enhance administrative efficiency and stimulate reduction of administrative burdens for businesses. To bring this about, the Ministry has commissioned experts and private suppliers to develop ro... Read Article
iDIN is a service offered by banks which allows consumers to use their bank’s secure and reliable login methods to carry out actions on the websites of other organisations.    iDIN is a Dutch eID scheme directed by the Dutch Payment Association (BVN, Betaalvereniging). It is a... Read Article

eIDAS authentication

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Visma eIDAS is the joint Europan authentication method which enables the users to use their own safe and preferred login-method. Selecting eIDAS as the identification method allows the signer to be authenticate with an approved digital ID in the given country. The signer selec... Read Article

Other European countries

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In addition to Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland, the remaining countries in the EU are obliged to accept electronic signatures and identification from all EU member countries from September 2018 in accordance with the eIDAS regulation. Each member state must therefore also ... Read Article

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